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Hatteras Island (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
tes, but still refused to answer as to the means and manner by which, and men by whom said funds were abstracted and lost to the depositors, and so refusing to answer. It is ordered that he be confined at hard labor at Fort Hatteras, on Hatteras Island, upon the coast of North Carolina, upon bread and water, with twenty-four pound ball attached to his leg by a chain not more than six feet long, until he answers the questions, and that he stand committed to the guard house until he is removll refusing to answer the question put to him in that behalf, or to disclose his accomplices, and no where putting it upon the ground that it might criminate himself: it is Ordered, That he be confined at hard labor at Fort Hatteras, on Hatteras Island, on the coast of North Carolina, until he does answer the questions concerning the robbery of the funds of the said Bank. No further punishment is put upon him in consideration of his age. The said George M Baine will stand committ
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
copy explain: How the Beast missed Getting the Bank Deposits Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va. and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18th, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VI. W H W Hodges having been Cashier of the answer. It is ordered that he be confined at hard labor at Fort Hatteras, on Hatteras Island, upon the coast of North Carolina, upon bread and water, with twenty-four pound ball attached to his leg by a chain not more than six feet long, until is order. By command of Major Gen Butler. R S Davis, A A G. Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VII. Geo M Baine, senior of that name, late cash himself: it is Ordered, That he be confined at hard labor at Fort Hatteras, on Hatteras Island, on the coast of North Carolina, until he does answer the questions concerning the robbery of the funds of the said Bank. No further punishment
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
dirty dog Butler, or his even dirtier Provost Marshal, to meddle with. The first of the official orders we copy explain: How the Beast missed Getting the Bank Deposits Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va. and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18th, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VI. W H W Hodges having been Cashier of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Savings Bank of Portsmouth, in which were deposited the savings of the widows and orphans of the laborers of thatthe guard house until he is removed on board the transport to be conveyed to Fort Hatteras in execution of this order. By command of Major Gen Butler. R S Davis, A A G. Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VII. Geo M Baine, senior of that name, late cashier of the Portsmouth Savings Fund Society, and formerly a minister of the Gospel, having had in his charge over forty-three thousand dollar
United States (United States) (search for this): article 3
nk, and being asked concerning it and declining to answer, and afterwards being brought before the Commanding General, and being by him duly cautioned as to the consequences of declining to answer, and put day at contempt the authority of the United States, but still refused to answer as to the means and manner by which, and men by whom said funds were abstracted and lost to the depositors, and so refusing to answer. It is ordered that he be confined at hard labor at Fort Hatteras, on Hattuld not answer for fear of implicating," the other robbers of this Bank, was called before the Commanding General, and fully and duly cautioned by him as to the consequences of declining to answer, and putting at contempt the authority of the United States, and after full deliberation the said George M Baine, the senior of that name, still refusing to answer the question put to him in that behalf, or to disclose his accomplices, and no where putting it upon the ground that it might criminate hi
C. L. Woodworth (search for this): article 3
il he is removed on board the transport ship to be conveyed to Fort Hatteras, is execution of this order. By command of Maj Gen Butler. R S Davis, A A G. Dr. Armstrong's Church is run for him. Hdq'rs Provost Marshal's Office,District of Virginia,Norfolk, Va., March 9th, 1864. Owing to the vacancy of the pulpit of the Presbyterian church of this city, caused by the deposing of its late pastor, the Rev. James D Armstrong, D. D., by the action of the commanding General, the Rev. C. L. Woodworth, chaplain of the 27th regiment Mass. volunteers, will officiate as pastor until further orders. It is not doubted that the true loyalists of the congregation will approve of this change, and cheerfully co-operate in the usual services of the church. The church officials will continue on duty as usual in their respective spheres. Caas M Whelden, Lieut Col and Provost Marshal. Approved By command of Brig Gen Wild. Geo H Johnson, A A G. An Autocratic Notice to Quit. Headq
Gen Butler (search for this): article 3
e department. In its columns we find about sixty orders on different subjects, and we copy several of them. There seems to be nothing too low for that dirty dog Butler, or his even dirtier Provost Marshal, to meddle with. The first of the official orders we copy explain: How the Beast missed Getting the Bank Deposits Head he stand committed to the guard house until he is removed on board the transport to be conveyed to Fort Hatteras in execution of this order. By command of Major Gen Butler. R S Davis, A A G. Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. nd committed to the guard-house until he is removed on board the transport ship to be conveyed to Fort Hatteras, is execution of this order. By command of Maj Gen Butler. R S Davis, A A G. Dr. Armstrong's Church is run for him. Hdq'rs Provost Marshal's Office,District of Virginia,Norfolk, Va., March 9th, 1864. Owin
ailure to comply with this order will render such sales null and void, and subject the parties to fine and imprisonment. Chas M Whelden, Lieut Col and Provost Marshal, District Virginia. The Notices not to be pulled down. Headq'rs Provost ill arrest the offender forthwith and report him to these Headquarters. This being a sufficient warrant for his arrest. Chas M Whelden, Lieut Col and Provost Marshal, District of Virginia Negroes — does — Provost clerks, &C. Hdq'rs Provosl colored passes will be issued at the office of Capt Brown, Superintendent of Negro Affairs, Norfolk. Va. By order of Chas M Whelden. Lt Col and Provost Marshal, Dist Va. Headq'rs Norfolk and Portsmouth,Norfolk, Va, March 7th, 1864. Gewill see this order executed. By command of Brig Gen E A Wild: George H Johnson, Capt and Assistant Adjutant General. Chas M Whelden, Lt Col and Provost Marshal. Headq'rs Provost Marshal's Office,Norfolk, Va Notice.--No moneys are allo
nge, and cheerfully co-operate in the usual services of the church. The church officials will continue on duty as usual in their respective spheres. Caas M Whelden, Lieut Col and Provost Marshal. Approved By command of Brig Gen Wild. Geo H Johnson, A A G. An Autocratic Notice to Quit. Headq'rs Norfolk and Portsmouth,Norfolk, Va, March 31, 1864. Special Orders, No. 75.--Extract: Charles W Buttz, Attorney at Law, so called, having applied contemptuous and abusive language rtsmouth,Norfolk, Va, March 7th, 1864. General Order, No. 6. Let every fourth dog in this district be killed. The Provost Marshals of Norfolk and Portsmouth will see this order executed. By command of Brig Gen E A Wild: George H Johnson, Capt and Assistant Adjutant General. Chas M Whelden, Lt Col and Provost Marshal. Headq'rs Provost Marshal's Office,Norfolk, Va Notice.--No moneys are allowed to be collected on any passes by officers or clerks, at this office, excep
s, A A G. Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VII. Geo M Baine, senior of that name, late cashier of the Portsmouth Savings Fund Society, and formerly a minister of the Gospel, having had in his charge over forty-three thousand doned by him as to the consequences of declining to answer, and putting at contempt the authority of the United States, and after full deliberation the said George M Baine, the senior of that name, still refusing to answer the question put to him in that behalf, or to disclose his accomplices, and no where putting it upon the ground the questions concerning the robbery of the funds of the said Bank. No further punishment is put upon him in consideration of his age. The said George M Baine will stand committed to the guard-house until he is removed on board the transport ship to be conveyed to Fort Hatteras, is execution of this order. By command o
Merchants (search for this): article 3
its columns we find about sixty orders on different subjects, and we copy several of them. There seems to be nothing too low for that dirty dog Butler, or his even dirtier Provost Marshal, to meddle with. The first of the official orders we copy explain: How the Beast missed Getting the Bank Deposits Headquarters 18th Army Corps,Department of Va. and North Carolina,Fortress Monroe, Va, Feb. 18th, 1864. Special Orders, No. 49. VI. W H W Hodges having been Cashier of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Savings Bank of Portsmouth, in which were deposited the savings of the widows and orphans of the laborers of that city, and having, as such Cashier, been faithless to his trust; and having sent away into the Confederacy the funds belonging to the bank, and having been called upon by the Bank Commission and examined regarding the affairs of that bank, and being asked concerning it and declining to answer, and afterwards being brought before the Commanding General, and being
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